If you are unable to pursue gainful employment because of a permanent disability, pain or other medical condition, you could qualify for Social Security Disability (SSD) benefits. Whether you are preparing your initial application or you want to file an appeal after a claim was denied, an experienced attorney can make all the difference.
Do I Qualify for Disability Insurance? We Have Answers for You.
At the law offices of Robert D. Paulbeck, we can help you determine if you qualify for Social Security Disability benefits. Our Wayne County SSD attorney Robert Paulbeck has more than 25 years of experience helping clients navigate through the Social Security Administration's disability benefits system. He understands what conditions qualify for SSD benefits and can help prepare your claim with enough evidence to secure the benefits you need. He will also be upfront with you, if you do not have a legitimate claim, so you do not waste any more time.
Make sure you get the medical care you need for your condition. We will charge no attorney fees until we win your SSD case. When the stakes are high, contact our disability law firm today for a free consultation in Trenton, Michigan.
Defining SSD Requirements to Qualify for SSD Benefits
Many law firms focus on handling Social Security Disability claims for clients over the age of 50. This is because the Social Security Administration believes it is harder to retrain for a new job after a certain age. The older you are, the easier it often is to secure SSD benefits.
However, at the law offices of Robert D. Paulbeck, we are committed to helping people secure the benefits they need, regardless of their age. Attorney Robert Paulbeck understands the requirements to secure SSD benefits. He has tremendous success helping clients under the age of 50 secure the benefits they need.
Even if you do not have a severe case of one qualifying disability, you may have a combination of issues that qualifies you for benefits. We have had extensive experience advocating for clients of all ages with all types of injuries or physical and psychological conditions. During an initial consultation, Mr. Paulbeck will address your questions and will explain the types of medical conditions that can qualify for SSD benefits such as:
Due to a lack of health care, many people delay diagnosis and treatment of disabilities and medical ailments. It is very important that you get proper medical treatment from a physician. If you are not taking steps to treat your condition, it is harder to obtain benefits. Once you take steps to get treatment, we can take care of obtaining your medical records and preparing your case for court.
Contact Our Wayne County Disability Eligibility Lawyer
If you are unable to keep a steady job because of injury or a medical condition, reach out to our Wayne County disability eligibility attorney for a free consultation. We are committed to representing clients throughout southeast Michigan. Our law office is open 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. weekdays, and we offer evening appointments. Call 734-692-3225 or contact us online to find out how we can help you secure the benefits you need.